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Figure 2: The most frequently triggered flags that resulted in manual review of WBC differential while automatically releasing the CBC during a 30-day period are shown in (a) with IG Present as the only flag triggered in 9.6% of samples. In (b), the six-most frequently triggered flags that hold both the CBC and WBC differential for manual review are shown with the most frequently triggered flag Thombocytopenia, Rerun PLT-F, 8.0%. IG: Immature granulocytes, Abn WBCs: Abnormal white blood cells, Abn Lymphs/Blasts: Abnormal lymphocytes or blasts, Lymphs: Lymphocytes, MCV: Mean corpuscular volume, PLT: Platelet, HGB: Hemoglobin

Figure 2: The most frequently triggered flags that resulted in manual review of WBC differential while automatically releasing the CBC during a 30-day period are shown in (a) with IG Present as the only flag triggered in 9.6% of samples. In (b), the six-most frequently triggered flags that hold both the CBC and WBC differential for manual review are shown with the most frequently triggered flag Thombocytopenia, Rerun PLT-F, 8.0%. IG: Immature granulocytes, Abn WBCs: Abnormal white blood cells, Abn Lymphs/Blasts: Abnormal lymphocytes or blasts, Lymphs: Lymphocytes, MCV: Mean corpuscular volume, PLT: Platelet, HGB: Hemoglobin